Abortionist Compares Abortions to Miscarriage: “God Performs Way More Abortions Than I Do”

National   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Dec 31, 2018   |   4:40PM   |   Washington, DC

Abortionist Leah Torres seems to get a kick out of making outrageous statements about the killing of unborn babies online.

Though Torres claims she has never “killed a baby,” she once admitted to cutting unborn babies’ “cords” in abortions so they cannot scream. She routinely attacks pro-life advocates by spouting pro-abortion propaganda on Twitter.

Over the weekend, she came out with another means of causing outrage by attacking pro-lifers who believe in God.

“God performs way more abortions than I do,” Torres claimed Thursday on Twitter.

People quickly called out the flaws in Torres’s thinking, including someone named Margaret P. Houston who said she is “pro-choice.”

“… I’m pro-choice, but I also lost a son at birth, and had a miscarriage, and that was f— nature doing it, not God,” she responded to Torres. “Please don’t make this argument. God grieves with me. He doesn’t do this to me.”

LifeNews addressed the difference between miscarriage and abortion as well.

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An abortion is very different from a miscarriage because of intent. In a miscarriage, the unborn baby dies of natural circumstances. In an abortion, the unborn baby is purposefully killed.

Others pointed out that similar arguments could be made about any mass killing.

Another response brought up how not all pro-life advocates believe in God. Secular Pro-Life estimates there are about 6 million non-religious pro-lifers in the U.S. alone.

For pro-lifers who are Jewish and Christian, Torres completely misunderstood their beliefs about abortion. Judaeo-Christian teachings say that every human being is valuable because they are created in God’s image, and modern science has shown that human life begins at conception. Scripture teaches that human beings are not supposed to kill other innocent human beings, and God alone is the giver and taker of life.

As one person succinctly summed it up to Torres, “You are not God.”